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Poster: glenn Date: Jul 30, 2004 5:50am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Ridata / Ritek CDRs

Personally, I'venever used ritek or ridata, but I'veheard a lot off comments like "send good quality discs, if you send maxell or ritek, I won't replace the disc if I coaster it while burning"

and "if you send ritek discs or maxells orany brandI haven't heard of, your discswillbe last in line to burn"

on b&p or disc<>disc trades... best bet is to use what works for you, and find out from your trade partner what works for them,then use discs that both of you 'like'...

I use really really cheap double dolphins for short term storage, like from my pc to my laptop,and for giveaway discs,but it would suck to get them in trade, fort rades I use fuji [made in japan NOT taiwan] mitsui or TY/taiyo yuden, those are generally well received.

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Poster: ChinaDog Date: Jul 30, 2004 8:37am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: Ridata / Ritek CDRs

http://www.cdmediaworld.com/hardware/cdrom/cd_quality.shtml#CD-R%20Quality%20vs%20CD-R%20Compatibility

good info and cdr comparisons all the info you need is there
if your too lazy to go basicaly those cdrs you mentioned = crap

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